is not a sport that takes an hour to master; it requires consistent and constant improvement. Even the most experienced skiers
can't claim to have fully mastered skiing skills as well as being able to adapt to any terrain. If you're just starting out, don't rush, take your time.
01.Bend your knees
When skiing, you need to keep your knees bent, which can make many beginners
uncomfortable. So many times, they will unconsciously straighten their legs and destroy their sense of balance. Remember to keep your knees bent when skiing. It forces you to push your lower legs into the front of your skis
so you can control them. It also keeps your upper body above your legs for overall balance, while better adapting to small jumps and uneven terrain.
02. Step by step
Like anything else, learning to ski takes time. In one day, only the best athletes can make the transition from beginner) to intermediate, and even in the process there will be some trouble. So don't rush it and focus on connecting with the skills you know. With patience and consistent practice, one day you will be on the advanced track
03. Appropriate clothing
1. skis: of course this is a must.
2. ski pants
: beginners fall a lot, so it is necessary to rent or buy ski pants to make sure they are warm and dry.
: this is also a wise investment, as you can not predict the actions taken by yourself or those around you, and there is a risk of tripping or crashing, so helmets are a very necessary investment.
: needed to keep your hands warm
04. Choose the right snow trail
If you have just got your license, then you will not drive straight onto the highway. Therefore, skiing beginners should not go straight to the advanced trails either. Beginner runs are flatter, shorter, neater, and less steep, so they are better for learning skiing skills. Once you start to be able to stay smooth, you can contact them to speed up.
05. Don't be afraid to fall
As a beginner, sometimes falling is the only way to stop. Learning the right way to fall not only protects you, but also removes fear, thus speeding up the learning process. Falling sideways is a safer way to fall than falling forward or backward; please pay attention to self-protection when falling to avoid sliding down a slope and hitting something.
06. Keep your head up, don't just focus on your feet
Skiing on your feet is a strange sensation that can make people involuntarily focus their eyes on it and thus fall because they can't see their surroundings. It is recommended to always pay attention to at least three meters forward when skiing, so you can pay better attention to your surroundings, prepare for rough terrain, have a better understanding of where you are going, and better regulate your pace.
Did you remember these 6 tips? Start your first skiing!